Energy requirements during pregnancy: old questions and new findings1,2
Dietary long-chain n-3 fatty acids for the prevention of cancer: a review of potential mechanisms1-3
Biomarkers of satiation and satiety1,2
Combined effects of energy density and portion size on energy intake in women1-3
Dietary fatty acids affect plasma markers of inflammation in healthy men fed controlled diets: a randomized crossover study1-3
Moderate fish-oil supplementation reverses low-platelet, long-chain n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acid status and reduces plasma triacylglycerol concentrations in British Indo-Asians1-3
Increased n-6 polyunsaturated fatty acids do not attenuate the effects of long-chain n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids on insulin sensitivity or triacylglycerol reduction in Indian Asians1-3
Low plasma vitamin B-6 concentrations and modulation of coronary artery disease risk1-3
Dietary fat and cholesterol and the risk of cardiovascular disease among women with type 2 diabetes1-3
nutrient partitioning during treatment of tuberculosis: gain in body fat mass but not in protein mass1-3
comparison of self-reported with objectively assessed energy expenditure in black and white women before and after weight loss1-3
combining wheat bran with resistant starch has more beneficial effects on fecal indexes than does wheat bran alone1-3
low antioxidant vitamin intakes are associated with increases in adverse effects of chemotherapy in children with acute lymphoblastic leukemia1-3
long-term high copper intake: effects on indexes of copper status, antioxidant status, and immune function in young men1-3
lutein, zeaxanthin, macular pigment, and visual function in adult cystic fibrosis patients1,2,3
Zinc absorption from low-phytate hybrids of maize and their wild-type isohybrids1-3
The 6-a-day study: effects of fruit and vegetables on markers of oxidative stress and antioxidative defense in healthy nonsmokers1-4
Human milk as a source of ascorbic acid: no enhancing effect on iron bioavailability from a traditional complementary food consumed by Bangladeshi infants and young children1-3
Energy requirements during pregnancy based on total energy expenditure and energy deposition1-4
Children's food consumption during television viewing1-3
Diet and blood pressure in 2.5-y-old Danish children1-3
Relation of leptin pulse dynamics to fat distribution in HIV-infected patients1-3
Postprandial lipemia in subjects with the threonine 54 variant of the fatty acid-binding protein 2 gene is dependent on the type of fat ingested1-4
conjugated linoleic acid supplementation for 1 y reduces body fat mass in healthy overweight humans1-3
Handbook of Clinical Nutrition and Aging
Molecular Nutrition
The ABC Clinical Guide to Herbs
Disease-Related Malnutrition: An Evidence-Based Approach To Treatment
Perspective on the safety and effectiveness of conjugated linoleic acid1-4
Analysis of conjugated linoleic acid and trans 18:1 isomers in synthetic and animal products1-4
Metabolic effects of conjugated linoleic acid in humans: the Swedish experience1-4
Metabolic syndrome and effects of conjugated linoleic acid in obesity and lipoprotein disorders: the Québec experience1-4
Dietary conjugated linoleic acid and body composition1-3
Insulin resistance-associated cardiovascular disease: potential benefits of conjugated linoleic acid1-4
Dietary conjugated linoleic acid and insulin sensitivity and resistance in rodent models1-4
Conjugated linoleic acids, atherosclerosis, and hepatic very-low-density lipoprotein metabolism1-4
A test of Ockham's razor: implications of conjugated linoleic acid in bone biology1-4
Conjugated linoleic acid reduces parathyroid hormone in health and in polycystic kidney disease in rats1-4
Evidence for potential mechanisms for the effect of conjugated linoleic acid on tumor metabolism and immune function: lessons from n-3 fatty acids1-4
Immunomodulatory properties of conjugated linoleic acid1-3
Conjugated linoleic acid-enriched beef production1-4
Conjugated linoleic acid pork research1-3
Regulatory issues related to functional foods and natural health products in Canada: possible implications for manufacturers of conjugated linoleic acid1-3